New CiES senders and Dynon glass in a Bonanza F33A

Follow along as JR Aviation installs new Dynon and Avidyne glass (and CiES fuel senders) in their Beechcraft Bonanza F33A.

In this video, they go for a first flight to learn about all the new upgrades and systems. They review the avionics and give their first impressions on Avidyne IFD550, IFD440, audio panel, twin Dynon 10 inch SV-HDX1100 displays, LED lights, CiES digital fuel totalizers, and more!

You’ll notice the video starts midway through the episode. This is where they praise the CiES senders’ accuracy, but feel free to watch the entire video.

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About CiES Inc.

Established in 2012, CiES is now the largest supplier of aviation fuel quantity probes and senders. They are the recognized leader in the design, development, certification, and manufacture of electronic sensor solutions for original equipment manufacturers, as well as direct-to-market consumer products. Through the creative application of cutting-edge technologies, CiES creates complex end-to-end solutions. This is a company that is changing the game in aviation technology and revolutionizing the way we navigate the skies. Aiming at future growth and innovation, CiES is pushing the boundaries of what is possible.​

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